Menopause is no joke. And while medical advice and guidance is important, connecting with someone who knows exactly what you’re experiencing can be just what you need. In searching for the best menopause blogs of the year, we found bloggers who are sharing it all. We hope you’ll find their content informative, empowering, and a reminder that nothing — not even menopause — lasts forever.

Menopause Goddess

Anyone looking for wisdom on weathering “the change” will find it here. For Lynette Sheppard, menopause was entirely disruptive. The experience drove her to find out exactly how other women were managing all of the ups and downs. Today the blog is a collection of women’s stories that are as uplifting as they are relatable.


The expert behind this site is Dr. Barb DePree, a gynecologist and women’s health specialist for 30 years. For the past decade DePree has focused on the unique issues affiliated with menopause. She’s helped women thrive, understand the changes, and rediscover their sexuality. MiddlesexMD shares expert-backed information and lays out a step-by-step “recipe” for sexual health. Topics range from estrogen and bone health to vibrator product recommendations.

Dr. Anna Cabeca

OB-GYN and author of the book “The Hormone Fix,” Dr. Anna Cabeca fearlessly delves into bladder problems, brain fog, low sex drive, and much more on her blog. She’s all about empowering women to rediscover energy, sexuality, and joy during menopause, whether that means sharing how to restore your health without prescription drugs, prevent hair loss, or nourish your “delicate feminine parts.” Cabeca’s enthusiasm, expertise, and personal passion for helping women infuse every piece of content on her blog.

Red Hot Mamas

Founded by Karen Giblin in 1991, Red Hot Mamas® is an active, engaging education and support program that gives women everything they need to live life the way they want during—and even after—menopause.

Red Hot Mamas® is dedicated to bringing the best information and resources to women for dealing with menopause and enjoying life every step of the way. It provides a healthy dose of quality information and main facts about menopause, including: the effects menopause may have on women’s health; how to treat the effects through lifestyle strategies and options; and available prescribed and alternative treatments options.  And, if this knowledge is what you crave, Red Hot Mamas has got what you need.  It is the perfect recipe for wellness and vitality and a full, active and red-hot life.

Menopausal Mother

Laughing her way through life’s changes is Marcia Kester Doyle’s preferred approach. Anyone reading her blog can’t help but join her. The author and blogger shares her thoughts on the good, the bad, and the downright ugly side of menopausal mayhem in posts that are refreshing and relatable.

Ellen Dolgen

Menopause education is Ellen Dolgen’s mission. After struggling through symptoms, she set out to empower others by helping them understand this phase of life. And she does it with a chatty approach that’s at once comforting and reassuring.

My Second Spring

Menopause can be a difficult subject to broach, which makes navigating the journey even more challenging. Bringing the menopause conversation to light while offering guidance and support is the goal at My Second Spring. With an upbeat and direct perspective, posts here are varied and practical. You’ll find information on alternative treatments for hormone imbalance — like acupuncture and homeopathic remedies — along with empowering advice on sex at midlife.

Dr. Mache Sabel

Mache Seibel, MD, is an expert in all things related to menopause. He is a nationally recognized doctor known for helping women navigate through the symptoms of menopause like sleep disturbances, weight fluctuation, hot flashes, and stress. On the blog, readers will find informative, upbeat posts about how to stay positive with menopause as well as tips for everyday life. As Dr. Mache says, “it’s better to stay well than to get well.”

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